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Metalheadz The label's first release was a split 12" single with Doc Scott's "V.I.P. Drumz" backed with Goldie's "V.I.P. Riders Ghost". The accompanying press release stated that Metalheadz aimed to "explore both the roots of Breakbeat and Jungle, and rework it into a new dimension, Drum 'n' Bass."
Metalheadz The Metalheadz back catalogue from this era features many major figures from drum and bass, with artists such as Photek, Dillinja, Adam F, Grooverider (as Codename John), Doc Scott, Peshay, Alex Reece, Wax Doctor, Source Direct, J Majik, Lemon D, Hidden Agenda, Ed Rush and Optical contributing productions to the imprint.
Metalheadz In July 1995, the label launched the weekly "Metalheadz Sunday Sessions" club night, which achieved legendary status at London's Blue Note club.
Metalheadz DJ Storm recalls Kemistry bringing Goldie to London nightclub Rage: "The night Goldie really 'got it', we came back to our flat and he said 'right, I want to make this music, you’ll be the DJs, we’ll have a label and a club, we’ll make some t-shirts'. That was our dream and that dream became the Metalheadz label."
Metalheadz 1998 saw the release of "Talkin' Headz - The Metalheadz Documentary", a film by Manga Entertainment.
Metalheadz The Metalheadz logo was based on a design created by Darren Bartlett in 1991. In his autobiography Goldie states that he added the headphones to the skull design "so that the skull symbolised the head, while the 'phones were music, because music will be here long after we're all dead and gone." The first use of the logo was on a dubplate Goldie produced for 4hero's Reinforced Records. During a webchat with British Newspaper The Guardian, Goldie admitted that the design was also inspired by Wolverhampton FC's logo.
Metalheadz The name is a reference to the "metal heads" used to cut grooves onto a dubplate, the metal in the dubplates themselves, and also what Goldie has called "freaks like me obsessed with the latest metal acetates". Goldie credits Grooverider with the term.
Metalheadz Goldie, the club night, the label and its artists were some of the key elements in drum and bass/jungle's mid-to-late 90s mainstream resurgence.
Metalheadz In February 2010, Metalheadz beat Soul II Soul, the Trojan Soundsystem, and Digital Mystikz in the first Red Bull Music Academy Culture Clash at the Camden Roundhouse.
Metalheadz Metalheadz is a drum and bass record label based in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1994 by Kemistry & Storm and Goldie.